Book 2 of Volume 49 contains an analysis of the spoliation doctrine and its application to digital documents. This book also hosts H. Rachael Million-Perez's article on prudential standing in patent litigation. Finally, Book 2 contains Notes written by Sean D.G. Camacho, Melissa Gaied, Safa W. Osmani, and Andrea M. Pezzullo as well as a Case Comment by Tsoline Mikaelian.
Volume 49, Book 1 features Barry L. Johnson’s article, “The Puzzling Persistence of Acquitted Conduct in Federal Sentencing, and What Can Be Done It,” and Stephen I. Vladeck’s “War and Justiciability.” Book 4 also contains Notes by Patrick Archambault, Eliza S. Bailey, Julianne DeLeo, Erin D. Knight, Jordan M. Marciello, and Cassandra L. Santoro.
Book 4 of Volume 48 contains the analysis of E. Samuel Geisler & R. Jason Richards covering modern class litigation through the eyes of the "founding generation." You will also find Alexander I. Passo's article regarding the concerns surrounding the Internet Minimum Advertising Price (IMAP) policies. Finally, Book 4 contains a variety of student-written notes and case comments.
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